Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor and Britten Sinfonia Leader Thomas Gould join forces for a vividly contrasting programme of chamber music from Bach to the 21st century, directed from the keyboard and violin.
Grosvenor has been described as ‘one in a million…several million’ by The Independent, and as ‘a keyboard visionary’ by the Süddeutsche Zeitung. He directs Britten Sinfonia in Bach and Mozart from the keyboard; alongside Dobrinka Tabokova’s explorations of Schubert and a new work by the one of the most exciting young British composers of his generation, Robin Haigh, who won a British Composer Award aged 24.
This concert is due to finish at approximately 5.10pm. There will be a 20-minute interval.
Venue: Saffron Hall24 Nov 2019 - 3pm
Bach Keyboard Concerto in F minor
Robin Haigh Grin
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 9, K271 'Le Jeunehomme'
Dobrinka Tabakova Fantasy Homage to Schubert
Schubert arr. Tabakova Fantasie in F minor